The Crime Control Model and the Due Process Model obviously have competing values. What common ground do the models share? Where do they disagree the most?
Sir Robert Peel discovered that founding a city-wide police force was no easy task, but persisted and prevailed in doing so. He modeled the force after the Irish Constabulary and his model was first used in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the United States.
Today, many utility companies need only a few pieces of information to setup an account and turn on service. The type of information required is your name, address, date of birth, and social security number. What happens when a person gets a hold of another's information and sets up an account? This scenario involves an actual c
There are three different groups of social theories: social process theories, social development theories, and social conflict theories. These theories are discussed, basically including the primary differences between the three perspectives and the shortcomings of each. Suggestions include the kinds of social policy initiative
What are automobile search rules? How have the laws and rules of automobile search rules changed within the criminal justice system? What recommendations would you make regarding automobile search rules and laws? Explain.
How has terrorism impacted the police mission in the U.S.? What disagreements exist regarding the appropriate law enforcement behavior which fights terrorism but maintains personal liberties? What role does social stigma play in police ethics? Give specific examples from your reading or your experiences where social stigma p
Discuss the legal elements of negligence and analyze them in relation to liability for third-party criminal conduct. Choose at least one court case which impacts these concepts and apply them to both.
Explain how public defenders affect a defendant's experiences and court proceedings. What does the research suggest about public defenders? What can be done to improve the equity of defendant representation?
I am doing a term paper on the rights given to us under the Fourth Amendment. I need to the name of two cases that I can actually compare and do a case brief on for this assignment.
Discuss the public relations image and professionalism of the private security industry. What are some examples from the article concerning the importance of private security industry members having the same level of professionalism as public law enforcement officers? How can a negative image impact the security of a community?
Attach is the reading for this assignment along with the appendix to refer to. The two settings that I have chosen are Hospitals and Airports. Choose two of the four settings from Ch. 9 and carefully review the accompanying summaries, bullet points, and floor plans. Security Assessment Directions Choose two setting
- How do white collar criminals succeed their probation? - What are the effective and ineffective areas of probation that are utilized or could be improved? - Does the community have any interaction with their rehabilitation? If so, describe. - Statistically, what is the recidivism rate of these criminals?
You are writing a policy concerning conditions of employment for employees of your security department. Your state allows 'at will' employment and you could use this method in your policy. You have also recently read about 'just cause' requirements regarding terminations. Your department has no employment contract in force with
Please help with the following questions. Should the legal system continue using trial by peers, or should the system adopt professionals who are hired to seek the facts and truth of a trial? Which would be more beneficial to the legal system, to the victims, and to the defendants? Explain your answers.
Details: This will be your first time in criminal court. There are typically several attorneys standing in front of the judge on each matter. In addition, there is court staff, law enforcement, probation, etc. You are to meet with the interns to discuss and name the players, parties, and branch of government that each of
How can a security professional balance limitations such as budget or space with the need to keep abreast of the latest industry technology and trends?
While it may be ideal for security planners to utilize or install the latest technology, it may not always be practical. 1. How can a security professional balance limitations such as budget or space with the need to keep abreast of the latest industry technology and trends? 2. How much technological knowledge should sec
Scenario 18-year old Adam Jones has been arrested for shooting an undercover policeman in San Diego, California. Officer Lewis was part of a team investigating street gang criminal conduct and was out of uniform in an unmarked car when he was killed. Jones, who believed Lewis was a rival gang member, shot him from a moving ve
Locate outside documents and/or books to prepare a written report from the materials citing at least four references from the documents located. Topics for research: The role of law enforcement in policing a society. The role of the courts in the Criminal Justice System. The role of corrections in the Criminal Justice Syste
There are several cognitive restructuring theories that are used in cognitive therapy to reform criminals. The objectives of these theories is to rectify "faulty thinking' so that the irrational beliefs of the person are replaced with more pertinent and useful ones. The cognitive restructuring theory assumes that the criminal's
Details: After returning from Las Vegas, Dr. Junger is waiting for you. "I heard you presented very well in Las Vegas," he jokes, "but it's time to get back to work. Here is the ...there is more show problem Details: After returning from Las Vegas, Dr. Junger is waiting for you. "I heard you presented very well in Las Vegas,"
I need help defining what intermediate sanctions are, their purpose in the criminal justice process, and their function as a sentencing alternative. Do you feel intermediate sanctions are an appropriate punishment? Explain your rationale.
This problem addresses the challenges that a contemporary police administrator will have to face in the criminal justice system and will direct the student to determine what the actual function of the "administrator" might be from a variety of police department methods. It suggests issues that the administrator must face, the
Details: After the successful intake session you had with Jim Moratis, Dr. Junger approached you about an upcoming Prison Psychology Conference in Las Vegas. "Normally it is one of our senior staff who attends the conference, but we've decided it would be good to send one of our rising stars this year. It will be a good chance
The major issues to be addressed in this solution are those "key" issues in the area of custodial care (incarceration). Is it food, rape, abuse, disease, riots, overcrowding, cost issues or perhaps drugs? References to information is provided in each area and each or all of the issues could be considered "key," according to th
Security Issues in Daily Life: Select three different locations that you visit on a regular basis: work, school, grocery store, bank, hospital, church, airport, mall, etc. Identify the security that you observe in each. Analyze the similarities and differences. Make recommendations for any additional security needed and provi
One difference between civil and criminal law is the much higher standard of proof in criminal cases. What do you think is the reason for that difference in standard of proof? Should the standard of proof in civil cases be raised to reduce the number of frivolous lawsuits that are filed? Answer the question, giving two reasons t
1.List and describe the characteristics of successful prevention and treatment programs for juvenile and criminal behavior. Your discussion should provide a minimum of two characteristics of both prevention and treatment. State why it is important and give an example of a program that is currently operational. 2.Identify the
O Does probable cause or reasonable suspicion exist? Explain. o Do the levels of proof justify a stop and frisk or an arrest? Explain. o Determine if Miranda warnings were properly given and why. o Did a proper vehicle inventory search occur? How do you know? o Did the officer follow proper procedures for seizure of pers
I understand were common law derived from but having trouble with its history and and its spread from England to other countries to include the U.S., and were do they both fit within the American criminal justice system today. Are there policy implications and/or benefits or even burdens in the use of each type of law.
Scenario: You are the parent of a 16-year-old boy. You come home unexpectedly and find your door ajar. Inside, you discover your son's friend looking through a kitchen drawer. The boy says he is looking for a paper and a pencil so he can leave your son a note. On the counter next to him is a lock-pick and some of your jewelry an